Compose Multiplatform for iOS Is in Alpha
Compose Multiplatform, the declarative framework from JetBrains for building cross-platform user interfaces with Kotlin, is now able to target iOS! That means you can use Compose Multiplatform to build your user interface once, 100% in Kotlin, and use it on Android, iOS, and beyond.
Kotlin News: 1.8.20 Release, KotlinConf Keynote, Redesigned Mascot, Kotlin Foundation News, and More
Kotlin 1.8.20, KotlinConf keynote and session recordings, redesigned mascot, and other Kotlin news. Check it out!
Contributors to Kotlin Projects for Google Summer of Code Announced
We are thrilled to announce that 5 Kotlin project contributors have been selected for Google Summer of Code 2023! With the guidance of mentors from JetBrains, Google, and Gradle, they will work on 12-week programming projects with the Kotlin Foundation.
KotlinConf 2023: Watch the Recordings
Whether you missed out on the event or just want to re-watch your favorite talks, you can now easily find all the talks on the KotlinConf website, along with photos from the conference. You can also find all of the recordings on the Kotlin YouTube channel.
The Kotlin Mascot Returns – Say Hello to Kodee!
We are excited to announce the arrival of Kotlin's newly reimagined mascot! It is back and it has a name now – Kodee!
Kotlin 1.8.20 Released
Kotlin 1.8.20 has been released! Highlights include: Kotlin K2 compiler updates, AutoCloseable interface and Base64 encoding in stdlib, new JVM incremental compilation enabled by default, new Kotlin/Wasm compiler backend. Learn more!
KotlinConf 2023: A Look at the Opening Keynote
At the KotlinConf 2023 opening keynote, the JetBrains team made several exciting announcements regarding recent developments in the Kotlin language.
Kotlin DSL Is Now the Default for New Gradle Builds
Kotlin DSL is now the default for new Gradle builds. From now on it will be the default option in the plugins and documentation.
KotlinConf 2023: Join the Livestream and Get Your Questions Answered!
Are you ready to be a part of the conference experience? We will be streaming KotlinConf’23 live on YouTube, so you will have full access to the conference, even if you can’t attend in person! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4f4SCEYA5Q
Shout-Out to Kotlin Multiplatform Content Creators!
Kotlin Multiplatform is steadily progressing toward Stable, and the technology’s ecosystem is continuing to expand and mature. None of this would be possible without the community’s contributions. In order to celebrate the community’s creation of articles, videos, and samples, we regularly run the Kotlin Multiplatform Content Creators Recognition Campaign. Today, we would like to share some great new content that will inspire learners and make the official resources more complete. Generate Kotlin client for a complex web API – In this article, Maria Krol shows us how to create a Kotlin Mult
Kotlin News: Kotlin 2.0, Interview With John O’Reilly and Nicola Corti, and More
Kotlin 1.8.0, Roadmap for 2023, KotlinDL on Android, and more news in the Kotlin monthly digest. Check it out!
Apply to Google Summer of Code – Kotlin Projects Available
GSoC is a global online stipend program focused on bringing new contributors into open-source software development. This is an excellent opportunity to work on a 12-week programming project with the Kotlin Foundation under the guidance of mentors from Google, and JetBrains, while gaining experience on a real-world project in the open-source community.
The K2 Compiler Is Going Stable in Kotlin 2.0
We’ve been working on a new frontend for the Kotlin compiler (code-named “K2”) for quite a while. The new frontend is already available for preview – we’re continually polishing and stabilizing it and plan to make it the default compiler frontend in a future Kotlin release. We’ve decided to name this future release Kotlin 2.0. Keep reading to learn more about the roadmap for the Kotlin 2.0 release, our motivation, and what to expect from it.